A recent study presented in Lisbon at The European Neurological Society found that certain women as they approach menopause do experience an improvement in their migraines, but other women can find their migraines either start at menopause or worsen. The researchers found that women, whose migraines were closely tied to their menstrual cycle during their fertile years, had a better chance (but by no means certain) of seeing their migraines improve or even stop with menopause.
Curt Hendrix, M.S., C.C.N., C.N.S
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